Carter, J. (2010). Intuitions, Psychologism, and Experimental Philosophy. Philosophical Frontiers, 5, 1, 55-71.

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Experimental philosophy has recently gained attention in the Anglo-American world, having offered a presumably new critique of the justificatory status of philosophers’ ‘intuitions’. I will first show that experimental philosophy is technically not a new phenomenon, but rather a contemporary incarnation of the 19th century philosophical and psychological debate that went under the name “psychologism.” Second, I propose two thought experiments for experimental philosophers, from which it can be shown that the experimental project, as currently understood and practiced, contains devastating methodological problems which undercut the validity of its results...
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